The service users great outdoor adventures

After hearing lots of great reviews on Calvert Trust holidays, a company that provides bespoke outdoor adventure holidays in the countryside for disabled adults and children.  We thought our service users would love the excitement of going on an adventure. So we showed them the website, so they could see the activities they could do whilst on holiday. They were …

We launched our new website, and we are excited to introduce you to our new look

Progress Housing is proud to announce the launch of our new website. Our new website provides a clear message of who we are and the service we provide for people with complex and varied needs that include learning disabilities, physical disabilities, autism, and mental health. We’re sure you’ve already noticed the revamp to our previous website and logo. The new …

Toby’s journey

In our initial assessment with Toby we discovered that he did not enjoy going outside: he didn’t like the wind, rain or sun, and could therefore become very vocal and distressed. Toby was also quite unwell with various health problems and he was vomiting almost every day. After many doctor’s appointments and through trial and error, we found a balance …

An amazing day for John

John is a huge tennis fan, and Wimbledon week barely sees him leave his room. Back in December John started talking about going to a real live tennis match. So, John’s key worker began researching matches in and around the Sussex area. She found Devonshire Park Lawn Tennis Club which is a tennis complex in Eastbourne. The complex is the …

Improving Family Relationships

Oliver recently graduated from his college and to celebrate this he was invited to attend a Prom. We knew this would be a great event for him to attend. We had been doing a lot of work with Oliver and his Mum to develop their relationship, so including her in this significant life event felt like a positive step for …